Good Sunday to one and all. We’re coming off another history-making winter storm across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Many areas finished the storm with 1 to 2 feet of snow on the ground. Gusty winds created drifts of 3 to 5 feet in some areas.
We do have some much better weather blowing into town over the next few days. Of course, anything qualifies as better after the past few days.
Sunday starts with below-zero readings in some areas. Partly sunny skies will boost highs into the upper 20s and low 30s.
A cold front moves our way by Monday night and early Tuesday. This is likely to bring a band of some rain and snow showers across the region.
Afternoon highs will be held in check due to the thick snowpack we have in place:
Those numbers come down, with highs in the 20s on Wednesday. Can we get a Southern storm system to develop and impact our region? Right now, the odds are against that happening.
That said, the Canadian model shows a close call by Thursday and Friday:
We’ll see how that one goes in the coming days.
Make it a great Sunday and take care.